On this week’s Pay It Forward, WesTex Federal Credit Union wanted to recognize another City of Lubbock Department’s service. Lubbock’s solid waste department’s work usually goes unnoticed, which means a job well done in their case.
For this week’s Pay It Forward, WesTex Federal Credit Union wanted to stop by a city of Lubbock office to pay it forward to a group of workers, working hard to keep you informed with the latest COVID-19 information.
On this week’s Pay It Forward, WesTex Federal Credit Union stops by Hospice of Lubbock to Pay it Forward toa program that helps our local veterans. KCBD received a nomination from Angela Boyd. She said she works at the VA hospital and nominated the program called ‘We Honor Veterans’ through Hospice
On this Week’s Pay It Forward, WesTex Federal Credit Union visits The Salvation Army in Lubbock to surprise a worker who gives back in more than one way. Tammy Garcia works at The Salvation Army and was nominated by Evangelina Montez. Montez said she’s known Garcia for more than 25 years ...
It takes a village for Moonlight Musicals, a theater organization which seeks to enrich the theater scene in Lubbock. That iswhy CEO of WesTex Federal Credit Union, Vicki Love, picked the organization to pay it forward.
In this week’s Pay It Forward, WesTex Federal Credit Union found a family story that touched their hearts. Deanie Riemath lost her little brother 21 years ago in a freak accident after he fell off the back of their family pickup truck. His organs were donated and now Deanie promotes organ donation a
Earlier this month, Frenship ISD’s Bennett Elementary found out they weren’t going to be able to provide student families with thanksgiving holiday meals. That’s when Wolfforth United Methodist Church stepped in to help and paid it forward.
You may have seen this student on the sideline this year, performing in the band as a part of the Color Guard for Frenship High School. She’s a junior and has been a part of the group since her freshman year.
For the last seven years, a local boy has made sure local kids have coats; some may recognize Charlie Pitner. KCBD NewsChannel 11 talked to him back in 2013, during his second year of Charlie’s Kids-4-kids Coat Drive.
Since October is Breast Cancer Awareness Month, this week WesTex Federal Credit Union and KCBD NewsChannel 11 decided to Pay It Forward to a local organization that helps women, like breast cancer patients, heal from the inside-out.
In an effort to make sure the students of its school district do not have to go without, Lubbock-Cooper ISD has something called a Pirate Pantry, which provides its students with essentials they may not have access to at home.
This week’s Pay It Forward recipients were the folks who used the services of the BHIVE Recovery Ministry, a Christian-based rehabilitation center at 5003 49th St., for those recovering from addiction.
This week’s Pay It Forward recipient is Sheila Lee, a nurse in Dr. Craig Barkers office, located at 6205 43rd St. Sheila is a single mother, who along with raising her biological children fostered and adopted nine others.